UGH. It’s coming. Puberty. I am not looking forward to it. Mood swings, oily skin, bad smells…
Thankfully, our friends at the Santee School District and Neighborhood Health have put together an informative evening.
Raising teens and pre-teens is not easy. As parents, we need to know what to expect when our student enters puberty.
Pediatrician, Dr. Nathan McFarland will help you
• Biological Processes of Puberty
• Common Social and Behavioral Changes
• Resiliency, Independence, Compassion, System of
When: Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 6 p.m.
Where: Carlton Hills School, 9335 Pike Ave in the Multi-Purpose Room.
There will be an informative presentation on puberty by pediatrician, Dr. Nathan McFarland of Neighborhood Health Care.
To RSVP or if you need child supervision for school-aged children, please call 619-258-2345 by Monday, January 27, 2020.
I’ve written about clothing swaps before, and I wanted to alert my local San Diego readers to a couple upcoming clothing swaps!
The Skyline Clothing Swap is back! January 13th, 2018. Drop off in advance and receive credit for 5 extra items!
I love this swap- they always have TONS of great kids books in addition to clothes and household items.
It does cost $2 to enter, but the entry fee supports Skyline Church’s Youth Camps.
If Skyline isn’t your cup of tea, maybe you are looking for something a little smaller, Finders Keepers is hosting a swap the same day! January 13, 2018
Early drop off for 5 extra clothing items on Friday, January 12 6 pm – 7 pm.
$1 admission to swap. Location is The Shelter Church 8111 Orange Ave, La Mesa. They are looking for volunteers to help sort and put out clothes. You can contact them via their FB page if you want to help out.
Finders Keeps asks that you donate no event T-shirts, and no items with stains or holes. 50 item limit. You can purchase clothes too for $1 each.
If you are looking for a group that hosts clothing swaps more frequently, check it out the Thread Bumpin’ Meet up Group. They host a monthly swap in OB area.
And Finally, the Closet of 54th isn’t a clothing swap per se, but they do help those in need with new to them clothes. They are open once a few times each month. You can find them on Facebook. They are located at the Calvary Lutheran Church, 3060 54th Street, San Diego, CA. Contact The Closet at email@example.com.
Talk Back: I’d love to hear about other San Diego area clothing swaps that you know of! Favorite swaps and/or what your best score has been!
Thanks to hubs for the idea to post about this! Savings bonds are an awesome gift for the kiddo in your life that may have everything, or for the sullen teenager on your list.
Savings Bonds are an awesome long-term investment for kids. It teaches patience, and the value of savings.
You can no longer purchase paper savings bonds (the government nixed that program a few years ago), however, the $25 EE bond can still be given electronically.
The 0.10 percent interest at purchase turns into 3.5 percent-plus rate of return once the bond is held for 20 years and its value doubles! Depending on the age of the recipient, it may mature in time for college expenses!
A friend of hubs Grandmother purchased bonds for him and his sister each year got about 10 years. The bonds started to mature a few years ago, so he’s been cashing them out as they mature. It was a very thoughtful gift, and over the years the money has come in handy.
The interest is subject to federal income taxes, but free from state and local levies.
To give a savings bond (available in any denomination from $25 to $10,000) an adult has to set up a Treasury Direct account in the child’s name, but the account is only accessible by the giver until the youngster reaches 18.
While the savings bond is only digital, making a certificate and attaching the receipt to the back (for mom and dad’s records) is a good idea. The Treasury website is there to help! There is still a choice of seven colorful gift cards that can be printed out and wrapped.
Heck, I heard that even Santa likes to give Savings Bonds!
For more details on giving savings bonds and the paperwork, click here.
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